Wyatt Technology Möbius Computation of Protein Net Charge from Electrophoretic Mobility application note08 August, 2011 by
Wyatt Technology’s Möbius electrophoretic mobility instrument can be used to measure precise protein charges. The optical design of the Möbius boosts the sensitivity of mobility measurements, enabling protein net charge characterisation at low concentrations. This capability is illustrated in an application note, ‘Möbius Computation of Protein Net Charge from Electrophoretic Mobility’, which is available to download free of charge via http://www.wyatt.com/literature/application-notes/mobius.html.
The Lonza Spring 2011 resource notes are available for download from www.lonzabio.com/.
Agilent Technologies has released a GC/MS compendium to test for synthetic cannabinoids. These substances have recently been declared controlled substances by the US Drug Enforcement Agency and are most commonly found in ‘herbal incense’ blends.
Agilent Technologies has released a GC/MS compendium to test for synthetic cannabinoids which have recently been declared controlled substances by the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). The DEA currently controls six versions of synthetic cannabinoids: JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-200, CP-47-497 (C7), CP-47-497 (C8) and HU-210. There are more than 20 uncontrolled forms and this number is expected to grow.
John Morris Scientific offers online purchasing for all laboratory needs. With over 60,000 items from Cole Parmer, the website is a single source for all laboratory instrumentation and consumables.
Australian inventions can be accessed online through AusPat, a database of patent records dating back to the first patent issued under Commonweath legistration.
Leading British and Australian researchers have critiqued the way western governments encourage innovation and have called for fundamental change.
The Beckman Coulter 2011 Cellular Analysis eCatalog, combined with www.coulterflow.com, simplifies the reagent and instrument selection process and assists in the day-to-day management of a lab’s experiments and needs.
The results of the Australian Government’s $700 million annual investment in health and medical research have been showcased in a new publication launched by the Minister for Mental Health and Ageing, Mark Butler.
Worldwide sales of monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) continue to grow rapidly, with many market analysts predicting sales of over US$50bn per year by 2014, due to their extensive use as biotherapeutic drugs in the treatment of human diseases. With this high demand for newer and better MAb candidates, overcoming the characterisation bottleneck becomes vital.
Emona Instruments has released the Emona 2011 Test Instruments Catalogue.
The 2011-2012 Lonza BioResearch catalogue 2011-2012 can be ordered online at https://www.lonzabio.com/?id=594.
The 4D-Nucleofector system video shows how easy it is to work with the system.
Lonza resource notes are now available for download at http://www.lonzabio.com/.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has made available intuitive gas chromatography (GC) column selection tools in its 2010-2011 Thermo Scientific Chromatography Columns and Consumables catalogue. The ‘GC Column Selection’ pages within the catalogue provide a number of tools to aid in selecting the most appropriate product from the Thermo Scientific Trace family of GC columns for either existing or regulated methods.